IBM's partnership with Apple continues to grow stronger, and now the company is attempting to help other businesses make an easy transition to using Macs. In addition, Steve Jobs will be the focus of a new opera, and Apple claims it's going to get out a fix for two new Mac vulnerabilities soon.
WireLurker was only the beginning; there's now a new iOS vulnerability in town for hackers seeking access to your iOS files. It's called the "Masque Attack," according to the FireEye security team, and as with WireLurker, it focuses on getting users away from Apple's carefully curated App Store in the hopes that they'll download the latest malicious dish of the day. And just like WireLurker, it works with both secure iPhones and jailbroken devices.
Despite having pushed out two other software updates to Office for Mac in recent weeks, Microsoft has issued a critical fix for a vulnerability affecting a number of its products which could allow remote code execution just by opening a rogue Office file.